23 hours ago

Supervisor Andrew Do

Want to share your voice, #HenningerParkNeighborhood? Join me tomorrow at the Edward B. Cole, Sr. Academy for a conversation about YOUR community’s priorities.

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Want to share your voice, #HenningerParkNeighborhood? Join me tomorrow at the Edward B. Cole, Sr. Academy for a conversation about YOUR community’s priorities.

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24 hours ago

Supervisor Andrew Do

This morning, the Board of Supervisors approved the appointment of Tram Le for the John Wayne Airport Arts Commission, and the reappointment of Art Pedroza for the Emergency Medical Care Committee. Congratulations to both appointees and thank you for your willingness to serve! ... See moreSee less

This morning, the Board of Supervisors approved the appointment of Tram Le for the John Wayne Airport Arts Commission, and the reappointment of Art Pedroza for the Emergency Medical Care Committee. Congratulations to both appointees and thank you for your willingness to serve!Image attachment

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Arts? Are you for real?

1 day ago

Supervisor Andrew Do

Today, my colleagues and I honored the adoptive parents who provide homes and the invaluable gifts of hope, love, and stability to children. #nationaladoptionmonth ... See moreSee less

Today, my colleagues and I honored the adoptive parents who provide homes and the invaluable gifts of hope, love, and stability to children. #NationalAdoptionMonth

2 days ago

Supervisor Andrew Do

This evening, #teamandrewdo attended the Bella Vista / Central City / New HoU.S. Census Bureauborhood Association meeting where U.S. Census Bureau officials informedSanta Ana Police Departmentance of the 2020 census. Santa Ana Police Department Officer Vera listened to concerns from residents regarding city parking and other public safety concerns. Thank you Bella Vista Neighborhood President, Leon Jacobs, for the invitation! ... See moreSee less

This evening, #TeamAndrewDo attended the Bella Vista / Central City / New Horizons Joint Neighborhood Association meeting where U.S. Census Bureau officials informed residents about the importance of the 2020 census. Santa Ana Police Department Officer Vera listened to concerns from residents regarding city parking and other public safety concerns. Thank you Bella Vista Neighborhood President, Leon Jacobs, for the invitation!

2 days ago

Supervisor Andrew Do

Share your thoughts about how Orange County can serve your community better at a #HistoricFrenchParkNeighborhood coffee. Your input helps your neighborhood be better represented, I hope you’ll join me!

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Share your thoughts about how Orange County can serve your community better at a #HistoricFrenchParkNeighborhood coffee. Your input helps your neighborhood be better represented, I hope you’ll join me!

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FYI this apt building is NOT in Historic French Park, it is the Lacey neighborhood. French Park is on the north side of Civic Center.

Stop putting homeless shelters in SANTA ANA. Push to have them built in south county

Mr. Do, Please walk the walk and not just talk the talk. I strongly urge you to consider listening to Santa Ana residents and business owners, and NOT open the Yale St. Homeless Shelter right next to our elementary and high schools? You HAVE NOT listened to all the residents and business owners who turned out to tell the county that we do not want a HOMELESS SHELTER right next to where our children go to school. ------------------------------------------------------------At tomorrow’s County Board of Supervisor’s meeting, the County of Orange will be approving a $25 million dollar contract with Shelter Providers of Orange County, Inc. dba HomeAid Orange County for the Yale St homeless shelter in Santa Ana. This is a summary from the County Staff report: SUMMARY: Approval of the Cooperation and Implementation Agreement and Ground Lease with Shelter Providers of Orange County, Inc. dba HomeAid Orange County will allow for the construction of improvements on County-owned property located at 2229 South Yale Street, Santa Ana for the Yale Transitional Center for individuals experiencing homelessness. The County staff report also mentions the Open House the County held but mentions NOTHING of the communities’ input during the Open House. Around 50 residents and businesses attended the Open House and were not in favor of the Yale st shelter. During the Open House, we informed several County staff the Yale St location was located within a half mile of 2 schools (Godinez and Mitchell) and city park, and Heritage Museum of OC which gives tours to thousands of students every year. Attached is a map showing how close the Yale St location is to the schools. It’s almost as if the County doesn’t care what residents and businesses of Santa Ana have to say about the Yale St shelter location! Open House for the Yale Transitional Center On October 23, 2019, the County hosted an open house in partnership with Supervisor Do, First District, to discuss the Yale Transitional Center and to solicit input from the public. The open house provided attendees an opportunity to speak one-on-one with County staff at three separate stations to learn about the building design and features, security and good neighbor plan, and the operational plan and wraparound services at the Yale Transitional Center. County staff report can be found here: cams.ocgov.com/Web_Publisher/Agenda11_19_2019_files/images/A19-001157.HTM At the Open The city of Santa Ana has notified the County of Orange that the Memorandum of Understanding signed in 2018 is not null and void, and the city no longer supports the Yale St location for a homeless shelter. Santa Ana is backing out of a deal it signed a year ago with Orange County to jointly open and operate one of the biggest homeless shelters in the region, a potential 425-bed facility to replace the much-maligned Courtyard shelter at the city’s Civic Center. The city sent a letter Wednesday, Oct. 23, to the county, telling officials that Santa Ana considers a September 2018 memorandum of understanding between the two parties to be “null and void,” saying that the county breached their agreement. homelesstimes.com/2019/10/santa-ana-and-orange-county-agree-to-disagree-about-a-425-bed-homeless-... The County is awarding this $25 million dollar contract without taking any bids, and not taking community input into consideration. The County Board of Supervisor’s meeting starts at 9:30 am, and I ask for you support by showing up and making a public comment opposing agenda item 36 for the Yale St shelter contract. You can also email a comment to the County Board of Supervisors at: response@ocgov.com Michelle.Steel@ocgov.com Andrew.Do@ocgov.com Lisa.Bartlett@ocgov.com Doug.Chaffee@ocgov.com Donald.Wagner@ocgov.com frank.kim@ocgov.com REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA Tuesday, November 19, 2019 9:30 A.M. BOARD HEARING ROOM, FIRST FLOOR 333 W. Santa Ana Blvd., 10 Civic Center Plaza, Santa Ana, California 36. Adopt resolution approving Ground Lease with Shelter Providers of Orange County, Inc. dba HomeAid Orange County for construction of Yale Transitional Center on County-owned property at 2229 South Yale Street, Santa Ana, authorizing use of County resources and making related findings including foregoing the competitive bidding process; two-year term with option to extend for one additional year; approve related Cooperation and Implementation Agreement; direct Auditor-Controller to make related payments under certain conditions; and authorize Chief Real Estate officer or designee to execute lease, agreement and all necessary documents under certain conditions; and make California Environmental Quality Act and other findings - District 1

Supervisor Do, I strongly urge you to consider listening to Santa Ana residents and business owners, and NOT open the Yale St. Homeless Shelter right next to our elementary and high schools? You HAVE NOT listened to all the residents and business owners who turned out to tell the county that we do not want a HOMELESS SHELTER right next to where our children go to school. ------------------------------------------------------------At tomorrow’s County Board of Supervisor’s meeting, the County of Orange will be approving a $25 million dollar contract with Shelter Providers of Orange County, Inc. dba HomeAid Orange County for the Yale St homeless shelter in Santa Ana. This is a summary from the County Staff report: SUMMARY: Approval of the Cooperation and Implementation Agreement and Ground Lease with Shelter Providers of Orange County, Inc. dba HomeAid Orange County will allow for the construction of improvements on County-owned property located at 2229 South Yale Street, Santa Ana for the Yale Transitional Center for individuals experiencing homelessness. The County staff report also mentions the Open House the County held but mentions NOTHING of the communities’ input during the Open House. Around 50 residents and businesses attended the Open House and were not in favor of the Yale st shelter. During the Open House, we informed several County staff the Yale St location was located within a half mile of 2 schools (Godinez and Mitchell) and city park, and Heritage Museum of OC which gives tours to thousands of students every year. Attached is a map showing how close the Yale St location is to the schools. It’s almost as if the County doesn’t care what residents and businesses of Santa Ana have to say about the Yale St shelter location! Open House for the Yale Transitional Center On October 23, 2019, the County hosted an open house in partnership with Supervisor Do, First District, to discuss the Yale Transitional Center and to solicit input from the public. The open house provided attendees an opportunity to speak one-on-one with County staff at three separate stations to learn about the building design and features, security and good neighbor plan, and the operational plan and wraparound services at the Yale Transitional Center. County staff report can be found here: cams.ocgov.com/Web_Publisher/Agenda11_19_2019_files/images/A19-001157.HTM At the Open The city of Santa Ana has notified the County of Orange that the Memorandum of Understanding signed in 2018 is not null and void, and the city no longer supports the Yale St location for a homeless shelter. Santa Ana is backing out of a deal it signed a year ago with Orange County to jointly open and operate one of the biggest homeless shelters in the region, a potential 425-bed facility to replace the much-maligned Courtyard shelter at the city’s Civic Center. The city sent a letter Wednesday, Oct. 23, to the county, telling officials that Santa Ana considers a September 2018 memorandum of understanding between the two parties to be “null and void,” saying that the county breached their agreement. homelesstimes.com/2019/10/santa-ana-and-orange-county-agree-to-disagree-about-a-425-bed-homeless-... The County is awarding this $25 million dollar contract without taking any bids, and not taking community input into consideration. The County Board of Supervisor’s meeting starts at 9:30 am, and I ask for you support by showing up and making a public comment opposing agenda item 36 for the Yale St shelter contract. You can also email a comment to the County Board of Supervisors at: response@ocgov.com Michelle.Steel@ocgov.com Andrew.Do@ocgov.com Lisa.Bartlett@ocgov.com Doug.Chaffee@ocgov.com Donald.Wagner@ocgov.com frank.kim@ocgov.com REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA Tuesday, November 19, 2019 9:30 A.M. BOARD HEARING ROOM, FIRST FLOOR 333 W. Santa Ana Blvd., 10 Civic Center Plaza, Santa Ana, California 36. Adopt resolution approving Ground Lease with Shelter Providers of Orange County, Inc. dba HomeAid Orange County for construction of Yale Transitional Center on County-owned property at 2229 South Yale Street, Santa Ana, authorizing use of County resources and making related findings including foregoing the competitive bidding process; two-year term with option to extend for one additional year; approve related Cooperation and Implementation Agreement; direct Auditor-Controller to make related payments under certain conditions; and authorize Chief Real Estate officer or designee to execute lease, agreement and all necessary documents under certain conditions; and make California Environmental Quality Act and other findings - District 1

At tomorrow’s County Board of Supervisor’s meeting, the County of Orange will be approving a $25 million dollar contract with Shelter Providers of Orange County, Inc. dba HomeAid Orange County for the Yale St homeless shelter in Santa Ana. This is a summary from the County Staff report: SUMMARY: Approval of the Cooperation and Implementation Agreement and Ground Lease with Shelter Providers of Orange County, Inc. dba HomeAid Orange County will allow for the construction of improvements on County-owned property located at 2229 South Yale Street, Santa Ana for the Yale Transitional Center for individuals experiencing homelessness. The County staff report also mentions the Open House the County held but mentions NOTHING of the communities’ input during the Open House. Around 50 residents and businesses attended the Open House and were not in favor of the Yale st shelter. During the Open House, we informed several County staff the Yale St location was located within a half mile of 2 schools (Godinez and Mitchell) and city park, and Heritage Museum of OC which gives tours to thousands of students every year. Attached is a map showing how close the Yale St location is to the schools. It’s almost as if the County doesn’t care what residents and businesses of Santa Ana have to say about the Yale St shelter location! Open House for the Yale Transitional Center On October 23, 2019, the County hosted an open house in partnership with Supervisor Do, First District, to discuss the Yale Transitional Center and to solicit input from the public. The open house provided attendees an opportunity to speak one-on-one with County staff at three separate stations to learn about the building design and features, security and good neighbor plan, and the operational plan and wraparound services at the Yale Transitional Center. County staff report can be found here: cams.ocgov.com/Web_Publisher/Agenda11_19_2019_files/images/A19-001157.HTM At the Open The city of Santa Ana has notified the County of Orange that the Memorandum of Understanding signed in 2018 is not null and void, and the city no longer supports the Yale St location for a homeless shelter. Santa Ana is backing out of a deal it signed a year ago with Orange County to jointly open and operate one of the biggest homeless shelters in the region, a potential 425-bed facility to replace the much-maligned Courtyard shelter at the city’s Civic Center. The city sent a letter Wednesday, Oct. 23, to the county, telling officials that Santa Ana considers a September 2018 memorandum of understanding between the two parties to be “null and void,” saying that the county breached their agreement. homelesstimes.com/2019/10/santa-ana-and-orange-county-agree-to-disagree-about-a-425-bed-homeless-... The County is awarding this $25 million dollar contract without taking any bids, and not taking community input into consideration. The County Board of Supervisor’s meeting starts at 9:30 am, and I ask for you support by showing up and making a public comment opposing agenda item 36 for the Yale St shelter contract. You can also email a comment to the County Board of Supervisors at: response@ocgov.com Michelle.Steel@ocgov.com Andrew.Do@ocgov.com Lisa.Bartlett@ocgov.com Doug.Chaffee@ocgov.com Donald.Wagner@ocgov.com frank.kim@ocgov.com REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA Tuesday, November 19, 2019 9:30 A.M. BOARD HEARING ROOM, FIRST FLOOR 333 W. Santa Ana Blvd., 10 Civic Center Plaza, Santa Ana, California 36. Adopt resolution approving Ground Lease with Shelter Providers of Orange County, Inc. dba HomeAid Orange County for construction of Yale Transitional Center on County-owned property at 2229 South Yale Street, Santa Ana, authorizing use of County resources and making related findings including foregoing the competitive bidding process; two-year term with option to extend for one additional year; approve related Cooperation and Implementation Agreement; direct Auditor-Controller to make related payments under certain conditions; and authorize Chief Real Estate officer or designee to execute lease, agreement and all necessary documents under certain conditions; and make California Environmental Quality Act and other findings - District 1 Kind regards, Chris Schmidt

Still need to get your flu shot? 💉👩🏻‍⚕️ This week, I’m hosting two FREE Flu Shot Clinics in Westminster and Garden Grove. This is a great opportunity to make sure you’re protected from the flu this holiday season.

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Still need to get your flu shot? 💉👩🏻‍⚕️ This week, I’m hosting two FREE Flu Shot Clinics in Westminster and Garden Grove. This is a great opportunity to make sure you’re protected from the flu this holiday season. 

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3 days ago

Supervisor Andrew Do

You have a unique perspective on issues that impact your neighborhood. Come out and share how you think Orange County can serve you better at a #picolowellneighborhood coffee in two weeks.

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You have a unique perspective on issues that impact your neighborhood. Come out and share how you think Orange County can serve you better at a #PicoLowellNeighborhood coffee in two weeks. 

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4 days ago

Supervisor Andrew Do

#ICYMI: This past week, I helped honor our Veterans at the dedication ceremony of the newly-named Veterans Park in Fountain Valley City Hall. Check out my newsletter for more #firstdistrict updates!

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